A scammer is calling +1 347-420-33636 to send a text message titled “Alana”, claiming that they have received a suspicious SMS from this number. It states: “Alana, urgent alert for USPS 6H55R6 starting 07/06/2020.” Beware! It’s a fraud.
Many people have received the USPSfind text message. This text is not from United States Postal Service. Scammers sent the text to obtain financial and personal information.
It is available in the following format:
Alana, urgent alert regarding the USPS pacjkage6H55R6 starting 07/06/2020 Proceed to m8svk.info/rqbrGvgWlQ
You can also receive this text in a different format. Do not click on the link if it arrives. It’s a scam!
How does the scam work?
This fraudulent message is sent by scammers to obtain your financial and personal information. It states: “Alana, urgent alert for USPS pacjkage6H55R6 starting 07/06/2020.” Proceed to m8svk.info/rqbrGvgWlQ. Do not be fooled. It’s all a scam!
You are exposed to spyware, viruses, and malwares by clicking on the link. These can cause damage to your device and could hack or destroy your phone. Beware!
Those who have been scammed by this text are still posting complaints online. Below is a complaint.
Another scam message from the USPS that should be blocked and not clicked on is: The scammers pretend to be USPS and are trying to get access to credit cards and bank accounts. Scam message Don’t click the link!
Do not fall for the trap of believing every word in the text. It is best to immediately block the sender of this scam text and delete it.
Have you received the scam text from Alana USPS? Do the Following!
It is a scam and you should immediately delete the message. Do not forget to notify your loved ones. If they get such a message, they are asked not to click the link.
You can also report unscrupulous websites or scams and tell us why the websites are fraudulent.